There’s been heavy criticism throughout this presidential race that the words coming out of Republican nominee hopeful Donald Trump’s mouth have been lies.
We finally have proof that this statement is somewhat true.
While campaigning in New York and holding a rally, Trump had none other than Buffalo Bills head coach Rex Ryan do the honors of introducing him.
Coach didn’t get too political with his words, telling a story about football of course, that included the great Hershel Walker, the time when Trump owned the New Jersey Generals of the United States Football League and more. Walker was the star of the Generals at the time, but on one occasion Generals coaches opted to give the ball to fullback Maurice Carthon from the 1-yard line instead. He was promptly stuffed. Soon, the phone rang on the sideline and it was Trump calling.
As Ryan finished his introduction, he formally announced the candidate to a raucous crowd. He went on to thank Rex, showering him with praise as he noted, “he won championships in New York, AFC I think twice.” (Fast forward to the 6 minute mark)
Now the Jets did reach the AFC Championship game twice under Ryan but lost both. I mean, Mark Sanchez was under center, did we really expect HIM to reach two Super Bowls? That’s a bit of a stretch, Donald.